Afghanistan home made women
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It's a challenging context in which female social activities are still discouraged and characterised as strange and inappropriate. Still, a group of 20 entrepreneurial women started a local business of baking and selling homemade bread. These women - representing 20 female-headed households - are working together under the umbrella of World Vision Afghanistan Saving Groups and Producer Groups. The big idea Noticing the success of their Producer Groups in raising chickens and selling eggs, the 20 women formed a savings group to manage their combined income. With these savings, the group decided to start baking bread as a small business initiative in their community.
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Successes History Band-e-Amir and the surrounding area, is home to more wild cat species than the whole of Sub Saharan Africa. There are also birds, deer and other endangered animals. Healthcare provision has managed to expand and improve, even in the face of violence, leading to a rise in life expectancy for all groups and sharp falls in maternal and child mortality. Economic growth has led to a five-fold increase in GDP, accompanied by new business and working opportunities for millions of Afghans and a transformation in industries ranging from telecommunications and media to travel and logistics.
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Breaking ground with bread and a bakery business
Read More July 30, Editorials Violation of human rights and humanitarian law has been changed into a common practice in Afghanistan. Notwithstanding the human rights discourse in post-Taliban Afghanistan. Read More July 29, Editorials Afghan high-ranking officials have voiced their concern about the susceptibility of the past achievements, mainly the rights and freedoms of women, at the negotiating table Read More July 28, Editorials On his state visit to Washington, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he would meet with the Taliban and persuade them to hold direct talks with the Afghan government stating
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